Happy Friday to you all. Well done Zaynab and Afreen for working hard on their Mathletics activities. This weekend is the last bit of the Easter holidays so on Monday we will begin our home learning lessons again. We hope that you've had a nice break and that you've enjoyed doing our holiday activities.
Here is today's timetable:
Emma has got a challenge for you. Watch this video to find out more! Send us some photos or videos of you trying to beat Emma to email@example.com !
You need to create a set of clues for different places in your home and lay them out so that they lead the hunter around. You will start by giving the hunter one of your clues, which will lead them to somewhere, such as a wardrobe, a mirror, a clock, the washing machine, a pillow, a table, under a bed, or anywhere else! When they get to the location (by working out the clue), there will be another clue hidden there to lead them to the next place and so on!
So for example, you might start by giving them this clue:
" I have four legs but I don't have feet. I come in handy when it's time to eat."
Your hunter will need to work out what the clue is for and then go to that object, where they will find their next clue.
Once they have solved all the clues, they will end up at the final location where you will have hidden a prize!
Ideas for prizes:
- a game to play
- a treat
- a brilliant book to read
- a wordsearch to have a go at
- anything that you think your hunter will enjoy!
Remember to make your clues suitable for the hunter's age. If it is your grown-up, you can make them nice and challenging! If it is for a younger sibling, try to make them a little easier.
Holiday activity 3: Learn how to draw Willy Wonka
Get yourself a pen/pencil and a piece of paper at the ready! Quentin Blake, the illustrator of the Roald Dahl books, will show you how to draw Willy Wonka.
We'd love to see your drawings so email them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like!
You can be the leader of your family's Weekly Wins diary! Here is a template for you to print out, or you can make your own and decorate it:
For example, you or a family member might:
- help a sibling with their learning
- help to tidy away a meal and wash up
- help to collect the laundry and help your grown-up to wash it
- make somebody laugh
- ring a relative to chat to them
- read a story to a member of your family
- pay someone a compliment
We hope that you have a wonderful weekend.
Best wishes to you and your families,
Charlotte, Alice and Sophie